I would like it if IntelliJ were more intelligent about
out.println and err.println.
It should either automatically, or with the tiniest prod insert
import static java.lang.system.out;
Rearranger often removes them if there are any syntax errors.
Assume I have many references to an enum e.g. Hint.IN and Hint.OUT in
a class. I would like it if I could with a keystroke or two convert
all the references to unqualified IN and OUT with an inserted
import static com.mindprod.stores.Hint.*;
ditto System.out.println -> out.println.
Roedy Green Canadian Mind Products http://mindprod.com
The art of strongly-typed language design is largely arranging
that errors are automatically detected as soon as possible
in the compose, compile, run cycle.